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Effects of (Mis)Alignment Between Supervisory and Organizational Justice

Ana Jakopec ; Filozofski fakultet, Osijek
Zoran Sušanj ; Filozofski fakultet, Rijeka

Puni tekst: engleski pdf 4.455 Kb

str. 615-637

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This study aimed to verify the interactive effects of supervisory
and organizational justice on supervisory (satisfaction with
supervisor and trust in leadership) and organization-oriented
outcomes (perceived psychological contract fulfillment
and organizational citizenship behavior). The results of
combined polynomial regression with response surface
methodology confirmed that the positive interaction
effects of justice sources on all measured outcomes are the
most pronounced in situations when employees perceive
treatment from both sources as fair. However, the effects
of the degree and direction of misalignment between
sources of justice reflect variously, given the observed
outcomes and justice types. Interestingly, if one source is
seen as fair and the other as unfair, most often it results
in a more negative outcome than in a situation when both
sources are perceived as unfair, regardless of target
similarity. The obtained results highlight the need for
increasing the congruence between organizational systems
and supervisors' activities in human resource management

Ključne riječi

multi-foci justice misalignment, distributive, procedural and interactional justice

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